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DeepMind’s AlphaCode Generates Code at a Level Competitive With Human Programmers

In recent years, AI systems have achieved or surpassed human-level performance on games such as Go and StarCraft, on prediction tasks in medical imaging, and even in optimizing microchip architectures. Could coding be next?

The idea of automating coding is not new, and today’s powerful large-scale language models have already…




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